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About Jeju e-Marketplace

Getting to Jeju

International Airport

Jeju international airport has a total of 17 direct airlines(12 local, 6 international), which links major cities employing 130 aircraft. In a week they fly 6 times to Tokyo, 4 times to Osaka, 2 times to Beijing, and 3 times to Hong Kong. 94% of travelers use those air lines to visit Jeju.

They take off and land 143,000 times in a year including Boeing 747's using the 3km runway and jeju Airport can handle 7.64 million passengers, a year.

  • Incheon International Airport - Jeju International Airport
  • Gimpo International Airport - Jeju International Airport
  • Gimhae International Airport - Jeju International Airport
  • Tokyo, Osaka, Beijing, Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok - Jeju International Airport

 

Visit airline website.

Korean Air
Asiana Airlines
jejuair

 

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Port

Jeju port has 6 direct sailing routes employing 12 ships weighting 600~5,600 tons. They operate ships 6 times a week between major local ports including Busan and Incheon with a capacity of carrying 2,401,000 passengers a year. 6% of total travelers are coming in and out of Jeju by sea.

They are going to expand the anchoring capacity from the current 17 ships weighting over 1,000 tons up to a maximum of 20,000 tons to 20 ships weighting over 1,000 tons and up to amaximum of 80,000 tons by the year of 2011.

  • Busan Port - Jeju Port
  • Incheon Port - Jeju Port Wando Port - Jeju Port
  • Mokpo Port - Jeju Port Tongyeong Port - Seongsan Port
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